I would like to implement my own CMOS logic on a breadboard.
I have already designed a simple PCB with basic logical functionality but now I'm stuck on the choice of N & P Type transistors (MOSFET, not BJT).
I need the PMOS & NMOS to have the same K (1/2 * µ * Cox * (W/L)) in order to be more comfortable while calculating propagation times & other stuff. Or at least very similar.
I'm completely lost. Lot of theory but when it comes to real life I don't know which component may fit my needs.
Thanks in advance.
it may be helpful to tell you that I know:
- how complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor logic works, since I'm studying it at University (Computer Engineering).
- this logic is used to implement complex circuits such as microprocessors & co.
- how to design NAND & NOR ports, and even Inverters (therefore AND & OR ports)
- It may be very difficult to reproduce some kind of CMOS logic on a breadboard due to lack of dedicated components which are usually very small on microprocessors (Have we reached 10nm :D ? )